Changes to Canadian Citizenship

Wednesday, 05 July 2017 by

Changes that take effect immediately upon Royal Assent on June 19, 2017 This provision is repealed. Dual citizens living in Canada who are convicted of these crimes will face the Canadian justice system, like other Canadian citizens who break the law. This provision is repealed. Applicants are no longer required to intend to continue to live

December 14, 2016 — The Government is committed to a fair and transparent immigration system. Changes made to the Parent and Grandparent Program will improve access to the application process, given that the number of applications accepted for intake is limited. In order to give the same chance to all Canadians who are interested in

October 29, 2016 — Vol. 150, No.44 — The Government of Canad gas Established as a priority for the immigration program the goal of family reunification which is about giving family members the opportunity to live with or near each other, instead of being separated by borders and long distance. It is recognized that many young adults

October 29, 2016 — Vol. 150, No.44 — There is condition application to certain permanent resident that requires a sponsored spouse or partner to cohabit with their sponsor for two years following their arrival in Canad to maintain their permanent resident status.If the couple doesn’t cohabit for the required two years, only the sponsored spouse or partner

June 5, 2015 — Ottawa, ON — A final suite of reforms to strengthen and modernize Canada’s citizenship laws will be fully in force as of June 11, 2015. The changes – part of a package of measures approved by Parliament last year – ensure new citizens can fully and quickly participate in Canada’s economy

We want to tell people it’s not too late, and they should take advantage of the old rules before some controversial citizenship reforms take effect next June (2015). All the changes were rushed through so quickly that people are confused. Those who are eligible today may not be eligible tomorrow. Many people have lived here

How many of you have heard of Bill C-24, the new citizenship Act? We are writing to explain about the changes that are about to take effect. We are advising you to file your application as soon as possible if you are already eligible. When Canada enacted the new law in June, many, including front

Changes to Citizenship Laws

Tuesday, 09 September 2014 by

When considering the significant change to immigration laws recently that allow the government to revoke the PR status of individuals convicted of criminal offences in more circumstances, and at times without the right of appeal. The most notable changes to qualifying for citizenship are; A PR must now reside in Canada for 4 yrs out

To the disappointment of many worldwide business Investors, the means to migrate to Canada has been met with exorbitant personal and financial hardship caused by the immigration policies of the current Government. The previous immigration policies enforced by Citizenship Immigration Canada had created an enormous backlog of Investor Class applicants who had been subject to in some cases